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/Oct/05

100 Game Grind #2

By: baud2death @ 01:36 (EDT) / 170 / Comment ( 0 )

(edit : changed to a running total not per day)

 

Nightly session was profitable, but only by the end.

 

Took in the following games

### - 14/65 Skill Qualifier game

#14 - 34th

#15 - 28th

#16 - 20th

#17 - 28th

#18 - 32nd

#19 - 24th

#20 - 33rd

#21 - 3rd ($6.75)

#22 - 38th

#23 - 29th

#24 - 11th

#25 - 28th

#26 - 18th

#27 - 4th ($5.11)

#28 - 1st ($12.73)

 

Startiing Roll = $100.00

Buyin = $30.20

Cash = $35.02

Profit = $4.82

BR = $104.82

 

So for today, 16 games if you count the skill qualifier (where I finished 14th, 12th ITM lol) and have brought my score to 219, only 19 spots of being inside the qualification band. Some more solid play and perhaps a FT finish will do me well

 

Otherwise, $16.10 spent on buyins, $24.59 won, so a profit of $8.49 and a rolling profit of +$4.82 over the last 2 days since I started the run.

So a bad day balanced by a good day.

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